Chatteris manufacturer Stainless Metalcraft recognised by nuclear decommissioning leader Sellafield Ltd for high standards

PUBLISHED: 10:05 22 July 2014 | UPDATED: 10:05 22 July 2014

Austen Adams, Vic Carlill, Stainless Metalcraft quality manager Martin Johnson and Sellafield supply chain engineer Gary Rushforth.

Austen Adams, Vic Carlill, Stainless Metalcraft quality manager Martin Johnson and Sellafield supply chain engineer Gary Rushforth.

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A Fenland manufacturer has been recognised for its high standards by the UK leader in nuclear decommissioning, Sellafield Ltd, at a prestigious industry event in West Cumbria.

Stainless Metalcraft, of Chatteris, which builds stainless steel pressure vessels and fully insulated inconel melter crucibles for Sellafield Ltd, was awarded the Supplier Certification.

Vic Carlill, executive director of transformation and supply chain quality at Sellafield Ltd, said: “Stainless Metalcraft has demonstrated that it can operate and perform at the highest level and meet the nuclear industry’s stringent quality requirements, helping and supporting us in our mission to safely deliver decommissioning of the UK’s nuclear legacy.

“I’d like to congratulate the team on this achievement which will further strengthen the relationship between our two companies going forward.”

Austen Adams, managing director of Stainless Metalcraft, said: “Sellafield Ltd works with a number of large global companies, and we’re delighted to be presented with this certification in front some of the very best suppliers in the world.

“To be singled out at their annual Supplier Forum for our quality and standards is a tremendous achievement for our 162-strong team, especially in an industry where safety is critical and suppliers have to be trusted to deliver to the highest standards at all times.”

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